Zetland FM Local News - 19th May 2021
Police have issued two separate appeals to trace two missing teenagers from our area;
Police are appealing for anyone with information after a Burglary at North Skelton Football Club;
...and Saltburn has again been named a Blue Flag award winner by the organisation Keep Britain Tidy.
Police have issued two separate appeals to trace two missing teenagers from our area.
15 year old Usama Arad was last seen in the Marske area on Friday.
He is 5 ft 5 inches tall with black hair which is curly on top and short on the sides.
He was last seen wearing a blue padded jacket, black/grey Nike trainers, a black/ blue tracksuit and he was carrying a black rucksack.
Officers have also issued a separate appeal to trace 15 year old Saad El Bacha, who was last seen in Saltburn on Monday.
He is 5 ft 8” tall with short dark hair and was last seen wearing grey trousers, a grey hooded top and white Nike shoes.
Anyone who may have sighted either of the teenagers is asked to contact Cleveland Police on 101.
Police are appealing for anyone with information after a Burglary at North Skelton Football Club.
The incident happened around 8pm last Tuesday on Vaughan Street in Skelton when at least two men entered the changing rooms of North Skelton Football Club.
Damage has been caused to the interior of the changing rooms and the property was left unsecured.
At least two men were witnessed on foot and one male was seen on a pedal bike. All suspects wore dark clothing and had hooded jumpers on.
Officers are appealing for anyone who may have seen any men that were in the area around the time of the incident to contact Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Saltburn has again been named a Blue Flag award winner by the organisation Keep Britain Tidy.
And there were also celebrations in Redcar as the beach was named as a UK Seaside Award beach, meaning it has the highest environmental standards.
It is the third year in a row that Saltburn beach has won the Blue Flag, which is Keep Britain Tidy’s highest award, and it is just one of four in Yorkshire, six in the North East and 76 in England to receive the award.
The Blue Flag is given for high-quality seawater, clean beach and beachside amenities.
The Seaside Award recognises and rewards beaches in England that achieve the highest standards of beach management and the required standards for water quality.